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Step 23: Musical Textile

Gather Materials

[1] Package of 14 ct. 15" x 18" cross stitch fabric

[1] Bobbin of conductive thread

[1] Sewing needle

[1] 7" Wooden embroidery hoop

[1] Spool of conductive yarn

[1] Skein of medium weight yarn in favorite color

[1] Intel Edison Arduino Breakout

[1] USB external sound card : There are shorter ones you can buy if the cord bothers you.

[1] Quarter sizePerma-Proto board (or any perforated board with printed traces)

[1] 9 volt battery

[1] 9 volt battery snap

[1] Sheet of craft felt

[10"] Ribbon cable : 7 conductors are needed

Fabric Glue

Tools

Pencil

Ruler

Scissors

Iron

Sewing machine

<p>gosh this is so cute, could literally make the ilomilo kafka's</p>
<p>:P</p>
<p>Wow, I can't believe I read the whole thing! Def involved, but the TV is such a cool idea, and I like how you got the LEDs' legs curled to fit into a matrix square!</p>
<p>ಠ_ಠ</p><p><strong style="background-color: initial;">(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻</strong></p><p><strong style="background-color: initial;"><br></strong></p><p><strong style="background-color: initial;">:D</strong></p><p><strong style="background-color: initial;"><br></strong></p>
Table flip! One of my favorites :)
<p>Textile texting is a great idea. I want to communicate only in emoticons</p>

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Bio: Specializing in sewing, soldering and snacking. More stuff I do... I teach an interactive fashion and textile class called Wearable and Soft Interactions at California ... More »
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